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Study in Mexico - Competition institutions in Mexico in relation to COVID‐19 and the economic recovery
The study examines the main policy actions implemented by Mexican competition authorities to address the economic crisis brought about by the pandemic and to stimulate economic recovery of SMEs.
This document analyses the role of competition policy in the digital economy, with an emphasis on the relation between business strategies, technological innovation and market concentration; as well as the suitability of the current legal and institutional frameworks for competition in Latin American countries for facing the current challenges.
The Network is an experience-sharing and coordination mechanism for MSME policymakers in the region. It represents a key two-way communication mechanism between ESCAP and its Member States for ongoing and future work.
The course is designed for supporting policymakers and practitioners to understand the benefits of promoting entrepreneurship and its impact on sustainable development
The Enabling Environment Toolbox is a free open-source, multi stakeholders’ on-line platform for policy makers, legislators and MSMEs entrepreneurs. The toolbox is a collection of resources related to legal, taxes, crises management, supporting community, state aid, and legislations for MSMEs.
Workshops - Policy toolkits to stream MSME formalization and inclusive delivery of formalization services
In partnerships with the Government of The Gambia, the Government of Kenya and UN Country Teams, two workshops were organized on enhancing MSME formalization and its contribution to MSME resilience. The workshops received over 300 participants, including the Vice President of The Gambia, the Senior Advisor of the President of Kenya, policymakers and MSME entrepreneurs. Four reports were also delivered to facilitate the formulation of coherent policy environment conducive for MSME formalization